Using Firefox 65, I'm trying to get back a basic functionality I've had for years (prior to Quantum).I have a link to an .m4v video file that I need to download (I don't ever want links directly to m4v, mp4, mov, etc playing in the browser, I need to download these files to my computer). Whenever I click the link, it automatically opens up a blank page and starts playing the video. Nothing I do will give me the 'Ask what to do' prompt. How can I fix thisThings I've tried:Changing the default action to 'Mpeg-4 movie' under Options/Applications to 'Always Ask'. Even if the link is an mp4, it still plays it in the browser.Manually added an entry for .m4v by editing handlers.json, and setting it to 'Always ask'. Still plays in the browser.Set both Mpeg-4 Movie and the manual m4v entry to 'Save File'. Still plays in the browser.Tried doing a 'Save As' while it was playing to just save my file, but Firefox then tries to save the file as 'FileName.m4v.mp4' instead of just 'FileName.m4v'. I'm not sure if it's actually re-wrapping the file into another container, or just arbitrarily adding an extra extension to the filename, but I need it to, by default, save as the file name that is used on the server... (If it's just renaming the file, I can live with this one bug if I can make the rest of the functionality work.)
The A7 IV also has a third control dial with a locking button mechanism, which, by default, controls exposure compensation. This dial, which in the camera menu is named \"Rear Dial R\" (\"Rear Dial L\" being the other rear control dial) isn't labeled with exposure compensation dial markings, as we saw on the A7 III and on the A1. On the A7 IV, this locking dial is blank, and within the menu, it can be reassigned to any number of other functions. The functionality of the front dial, both top-deck rear dials, and the Control Wheel on the back can all be customized to suit your shooting style.
On the left side of the EVF, we once again have a big blank spot. With the A1 and A9-series, Sony adds some additional controls, a dial for Drive mode and another for Focus mode. While I'd ideally love to have these additional physical controls on the A7 IV (and other A7-series cameras), I suppose it's a differentiating factor between Sony's more consumer-focused cameras and their pro models. Nonetheless, it feels like a big chunk of unused space on the camera, and perhaps a couple of additional custom function buttons would do nicely there.
To get started, download WinX DVD Author and install it on your device. Insert a blank DVD into your CD-ROM, and then run the MP4 to DVD creator. Click on the plus symbol to add your MP4 files. Under the preview window, you can choose your image ratio and create a DVD menu. At the bottom right-hand corner, click the Arrow button to get to the following menu and then click the Start button so your MP4 files can begin burning to DVD.
If you want to learn how to burn MP4 to DVD, follow these easy steps. To try ConvertXtoDVD, download the free version from their website. Drag and drop your MP4 files into the window or click the green plus sign. Insert a blank DVD into your CD-ROM and simply click on Convert.
Create DVDs from MP4 by clicking on File in the top left corner and selecting the New tab. Enter a title for your DVD and change settings such as aspect ratio, and then click OK. Pick a DVD template, and then click OK. Click on the File Browser from the left menu and add your MP4 files. Then click File and then File Save As to save your project. Insert a blank DVD into your CD-ROM and click File and then Burn DVD.
To convert MP4 to DVD using the Xilisoft converter, download the free software onto your device and follow the prompts to install it. Click on Add Video Files to insert your MP4 files, and then click on Template to choose one from the menu. Adjust your DVD settings and then insert a blank disc into your CD-ROM. Click on the Burn button to convert MP4 to the DVD format.
To burn MP4 to DVD, download and install the platform onto your device. Click on the Add button or drag and drop your files into the window. Select DVD - NTSC or DVD - PAL. Then select the DVD Burner tab, insert a blank disc into your CD-ROM, and then click Start to convert your MP4 files.
Follow these steps to learn how to make DVDs from MP4 files using AnyMP4. Insert a blank disc into your CD-ROM. Then click on the Add Files tab. Load your MP4 files and then select DVD as your output. Click on the Create button to start the burning process.
To burn DVD from MP4, download the free version or buy a yearly subscription. Click on Add Files to import your MP4 files and insert a blank DVD into your CD-ROM. Choose the location you want your files to burn to, and then click Burn to start the process.
To begin burning MP4 to DVD, launch the window. Click on Browse to add your MP4 files and then insert a blank DVD into your CD-ROM. Then click on the Browse button by the output folder to select where you want to save your converted files. Click on Create DVD and choose one of the DVD options in the window and select Continue to start the process. 59ce067264